Somehow Stuck preaching from a throne of steel and Spokes and wheels Bound to machinery and cogs and breathwork apparatuses to assist in feeling chemicals fill your lungs You showed me how to Walk silent and Listen To the Woods Trees Two- and four-legged beasts of earth and Sky and I am made aware In context of discrepancy and disconnect connect ed How painfully Truthfully and all-encompassing in harsh unforgiving reality I am Dirt, and, soil, and peace, and, turmoil
A realisation of a connection provided to me by my mother, bound to a wheelchair
If I could just love you as much as you loved me on days that i didn’t react to you, I would hate myself- just a smidge less… I would forgive myself for how I no longer get butterflies when I hold your hand, Yet I can hear your butterflies flutter just as they did when we had our first kiss… Just a few of the moments I’ve stolen from us, All because I can’t seem to get over the things that have been stolen from me…
Currently going to a wave of depression and I feel as if im stealing the moments Im meant to share with my girlfriend because i cant get out if this wave.
my father sat in a pool of mid-morning sunshine on the raised patio overlooking the garden an open book in his lap the dog asleep at his side the lightest of clouds decorating the horizon and a whisper of leaves his only distraction
as i rushed to the kitchen for a hastily made better-than-nothing version of a flat white that i wouldn't even enjoy only ten minutes to spare before yet another meeting i paused for a moment to take in this scene resplendent as he was peacefully present behind the radiance of diaphanous lace breeze-rippled curtains suffused with sunlight
a pertinent reminder of something that i didn't have time to consider
I watched you swim Under the blue raspberry Pink vanilla Sugar spun sky The nostalgia of your innocence Made me realize My life could not be any sweeter Than this Then you proved me wrong With your gazed upward view And whispered Daddy I want to be just like you
Humanity is in us all, We care but we sometimes fall, We must be there for others and stand tall, Can we be the ones that set up that stall, Live and breathe humanity, For we can teach the young, The song we know can bring happiness when sung, Believing we can sustain, Remembering we can refrain, Humanity's call is amongst us all, Lets us see it through and repeat the call.